Are you passionate about a sustainable future and curious about the role of IT in achieving it? Look no further! Our upcoming event is your gateway to understanding the role of IT in shaping the future of sustainability.
At this event, you’ll dive into the dynamic intersection of sustainability and IT. Our expert speakers will take you through an exciting agenda in how IT and technology address some of the tough environmental challenges the world is facing today.
So, if you are a young professional within the IT industry, have a passion for the sustainability agenda or just want to network with some of your peers, we strongly encourage you to join this event.
There will also be tapas and beverages – what’s not to like!
- 16.40: Doors open and networking
- 17.00: Welcome
By YITP Board and Rambøll
- 17.10: Closing the gap between now and a sustainable future
By Michael Simmelsgaard, COO, Ramboll Group
- 17.30: Sustainable IT in Ramboll
By Thomas Angelius, CIO, Ramboll Group
- 17.50: Reusing hardware in a sustainable matter
By Andreas Schjølin, Sustainability Lead, ATEA
- 18.10: Q&A session
- 18.30: Networking, drinks and snacks
- 20.00: Thank you for today
26th of October from 16.40 – 20.00 PM
Rambøll, Hannemanns Allé 53, 2300 Copenhagen S
Make sure to sign up today and join your fellow YITPs for an exciting afternoon!
WHAT TO EXPECT:
- Closing the gap between now and a sustainable future
Michael Simmelsgaard who is the Group COO of Ramboll will be presenting how Ramboll plan to contribute to closing the gap between now and a sustainable future. This is embodied in Ramboll’s current strategy, The Partner for Sustainable Change, which runs until 2025. The strategy is comprised of four unifying themes which will be presented, and the opportunities associated with these.
- Sustainable IT in Ramboll
Thomas Angelius, CIO in Ramboll Group will be presenting Ramboll IT initiatives to address sustainability challenges from an IT and technology perspective.
- Sustainability and human rights
Technology and IT can have a significant impact on sustainability and human rights. IT will play a vital role in addressing and mapping these challenges and identify and track sustainability and human rights risks in the future. In this presentation, he will discuss the specific ways in which IT can be used to address sustainability and human rights challenges today and present the challenges we have in the IT-sector today.